The MARAM victim survivor practice guidance supports professionals to understand their relevant responsibilities under the MARAM Framework towards the identification, assessment and ongoing management of family violence risk.
The MARAM practice guidance includes:
- Foundational Knowledge Guide underpins all MARAM responsibilities for practice. This Guide is required reading for all professionals across leadership and governance, management and supervision to direct practice roles.
- Responsibilities for Practice Guides 1-10 reflect each of the ten responsibilities set out in the MARAM Framework. Professionals should work with their organisational leaders to understand their role and to identify which responsibilities they should be applying in practice.
Perpetrator focused tools and practice guidance will be available in early 2020.
It is recommended that professionals receive MARAM training appropriate to their role prior to using the practice guides and risk assessment tools.
MARAM Leading Alignment training is suitable for organisational managers and leaders who have a role in supporting organisational alignment to MARAM, including alignment of practice, policies and procedures.
MARAM Comprehensive Renewing Practice training is a one-day training focusing on working with victim survivors for specialist family violence practitioners who have extensive experience, and who have previously completed specialist CRAF training.
Brief and Intermediate/ Screening and Identification training will be delivered by relevant departments in the second half of 2019.
Organisational embedding guide
An organisational embedding guide is currently being developed to support organisational leaders in the process of aligning to MARAM. The guide will be available late August 2019.
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